Night Out Brings Community Together

On Tuesday, August the Milford Police Department hosted their annual Milford Night Out in Bicentennial Park. The purpose of this event was to heighten awareness of the Milford Police Department’s services, crime prevention and more importantly to continue to build a strong relationship with the Milford Community. Hundreds of Milfordians came out to support the event and listen to live entertainment on the Mispillion River.

The year marks the 17th year that the Milford Police Department has participated in the national event. Mayor Rogers, Police Chief Hudson, Milford Police Officers and several local and State Representatives were in attendance to show their support for the Milford community.

Milford Police Department’s Milford Night Out included free music, food, drinks, and emergency vehicles on display. The event helped to introduce children to Milford Police Officers and local Fire Departments in a positive way.

The Milford Police Department would like to thank those who helped make this night a successincluding Pepsi, Herrs, H +S Bakery, Wawa, Milford Rent-All, Wal Mart, Kirby and Holloway, Milford Skate Center, Food Lion, Gigante, Save A Lot,Rite Aid, Walgreens, Frito-Lay, Mills Bros, Milford School District, Tidewater Utilities, 5, Delaware Fitness Center, Milford Parks and Recreation, Milford Senior Patrol, Mayor Rogers and Milford City Council, Billy Turner and Laurel Pastor. They also would like to give thanks to those Milford restaurants that donated pizza including La Ortolana, Milford Pizza, Mama Marias, Gabriellas, Dominoes, Papa Johns and Pizza Palace.

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